Coronavirus: Middletown Offers Health Help Resource Guide

Scott Souza

This article originally appeared on the Middletown Patch

MIDDLETOWN, RI — Middletown health officials are promoting the following services to those who are having a difficult time with anxiety, mental illness, substance abuse and fears of domestic violence during the coronavirus pandemic. If you are someone you know is going through a crisis, there is help:

Newport County Mental Health
(401) 846-1213
- 24/7 telehealth calls

East Bay Community Action Program (EBCAP)
Clinical Health Centers providing tele-medicine
(401) 848-2160

Behavioral Health Community Support Services

(401) 246-1195

BH Link (Horizon Healthcare Partners)
(401) 414-LINK (5465) available 24/7

The Samaritans 24-hour crisis hotline/listening line
(401) 272-4044

(800) 365-4044

Domestic Abuse, Victims of Crime Women’s Resource Center
Assistance for Domestic Violence Victims

24-hour Hotline: 1-800-494-8100

Day One
The Helpline:

24-hour support, information and advocacy for those impacted by crimes of violence

Recovery and Behavioral Healthcare Services Hope Recovery Center of Newport County
(401) 619-1343
Hope Recovery will continue to provide virtual online meetings and telephone referral services during the pandemic.

CODAC Behavioral Healthcare
(401) 846-4150
for help with substance use issues.
CODAC will continue to provide counseling and supportive services to established patients. Medication assisted treatment (MAT) will continue for patients.